In this excerpt from his autobiography Still Horse Crazy After All These Years, Olympian Jim Wofford shares what it was like to struggle with learning a new system of riding in 1965 when he was...» Read More!
Readers of Eventing Nation will know James C. (“Jim”) Wofford as one of the premier three-day event competitors and trainers of event horses and riders of the past half century. A team and individual medalist...» Read More!
What you’ve heard is true: “Jimmy Woof-ford’s Build-a-Gymnastic Canine Jumping Course” is a real thing that’s really happening AS WE SPEAK over at the EN Rolex Tailgate Party. We’ve teamed up with our friends at Practical...» Read More!
This article was reprinted with permission. You can find the original on Foxhunting Life. In the last issue of FHL WEEK, Kate Samuels wrote about what eventing horses can learn by going foxhunting. Your editor...» Read More!
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Gina Miles, 2008 individual Olympic silver medalist, about her philosophy on bitting. As you’d imagine, Gina has become very knowledgeable about the function and proper usage of bits during her career,...» Read More!
The off-track Thoroughbreds from last year’s Retired Racehorse Training Project Thoroughbred Makeover showed off their new skills at the Maryland Horse World Expo last weekend....» Read More!
Cherie Chauvin sent us a blog about Marlborough Horse Trials last year, and we’re pleased to bring you another report from the event from Cherie. This year, she writes from the perspective of co-organizer and...» Read More!
I had the opportunity to chat with Jim Wofford for a few minutes this evening about his decision to apply for the USEF’s Chef/Technical Advisor position. When I first heard that Jim was applying, I...» Read More!